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    IGT: Philadelphia Flyers at New York Islanders

    Time: 1:00pm
    Place: Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum

    Game Notes:

    - Islanders are 6-3-0 in January.
    - Hamonic, Visnovsky, and Nabokov remain out with injuries.
    - Flyers come in having beat the Islanders on Saturday night 6-4 in comeback fashion; it was their 9th win when trailing at some point in the 3rd period this season, tying a franchise record.
    - Flyers are playing the first of a back-to-back this afternoon; they will take on Carolina at home tomorrow night.
    - Flyers are looking for the season sweep against the Islanders this afternoon.
    - Andrej Meszaros, Wayne Simmonds, and Claude Giroux will look to continue their hot play of late.

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    i have a feeling we are either going to go up like 2-0 or be down 2-0 in the first 10min of this game ... anyone else get that feeling?

    the 1pm starts are not usually kind to the flyers, so i think the latter will happen from above

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    Streit has really picked up his defense lately.

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    Nice toe drag by coots there.

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    Nice pace to this game. Physical. Lots of chances. Flyers playing well so far.

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    Wow nice save by Emery. Damn.

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    I love Berube's system and all of the changes he's made. However, we give up WAY TOO MANY short handed chances. More often than not it's Voracek making a low percentage play on the puck rather then dropping back to defend. The umbrella is great, but it seems like on every one of our powerplays the other team gets at least one solid chance, odd-man situation, or breakaway. How do we fix it?

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    perfect backhand by read ... it doesn't get better than that - beautiful

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    Hahahaha. Read's expression after that goal.

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    hartnell is so stupid sometimes ... why take an offensive zone penalty when we are in the middle of playing a great game ... its stuff like that where we get in trouble

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    Quote Originally Posted by castan_b View Post
    hartnell is so stupid sometimes ... why take an offensive zone penalty when we are in the middle of playing a great game ... its stuff like that where we get in trouble
    There wasn't much he could do to avoid it. The puck got past him and he was in an awkward position.

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    thank you, Scott Hartnell ... your offensive zone tripping has really paid off for us ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by FlyGuys89 View Post
    There wasn't much he could do to avoid it. The puck got past him and he was in an awkward position.
    BULL - he stuck his leg out, rewind ... he went out of his way to trip him

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    And I'm not defending him entirely cause I haven't seen a replay, and I will say more often then not 98% of his penalties are terribly bad penalties.

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    Quote Originally Posted by castan_b View Post
    BULL - he stuck his leg out, rewind ... he went out of his way to trip him
    Refer to my last post. I thought he tripped over his stick as Hartnell was bringing it back from behind him. I didn't really see it from a good angle cause they didn't replay it.

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